Warren drops out, she has not endorsed another candidate
Earlier this week Elizabeth Warren announced her departure from the 2020 Democratic nominee race. She threw her campaign behind the idea of restructuring the economy against corporations and helping out the every man.
While she led strong in the initial run and led quite a few polls because of her aggressive anti-corporate standings, it did not last. Over the last week her polls and support steadily declined, giving Biden and Sanders much more headroom than her.
Speaking of which, she has not said who she would like to endorse for the presidency. “I need some space around this,” Warren said, “and I want to take a little time to think a little more.”
Unfortunately Warren never had much of a chance in the race as seen in her more controversial statements. Including the time that she claimed to be Native American only to be proven wrong. Her anti-corporate remarks earned her no favors.
When she revealed that she also supported the Medicare-for-call initiative, her support began to decline even further.
Warren had a solid beginning, her comments and hard stance on some things failed to benefit her in the long run.
This puts Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in the running for the presidency. We will have to wait and see what happens over the next couple of months.
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